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BoxOfRain

Getting aborts need help

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BoxOfRain

So it looks like quite if few of my pins/fruits are beginning to abort. I've been fanning them 3 times a day and kept their rh at 99%, so I don't know what's wrong. I also stopped misting by hand after the pins came up, as suggested by many on my last thread. Ita weird because only some are aborting.  Are they more likely to abort on the second flush? Are these too far gone to recover, should i just pick them?

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DirtBagDan

What temp are you running at?

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BoxOfRain
21 minutes ago, DirtBagDan said:

What temp are you running at?

It's flucuating between 68 and 75, right now it's 69

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      Keep an eye on those fruits and pick them when the veils begin to break. Likely within the next day or so. Don’t expect any more pins on your first flush. That’s it.  Mushrooms are 90-92% water weight. A heavy flush will leave a sub depleted of moisture and drier than a popcorn fart. You, my friend, don’t need to be concerned with that with this flush. I would do exactly like MZ says with the spray bottle on that sub. That sub should have a lotta Wooooo left to go 😉👍
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